Fundings for medical technologies in May 2015 came in at $757 million, led by the $96 million IPO of EndoChoice, Inc.
Below are the top fundings for May.
|EndoChoice, Inc., raised $96 million from a planned $115 million initial public offering according to the company||Endoscopy imaging and instruments|
|Glaukos Corp. has set terms for a $75 million (previously filed for $86 million) initial public offering according to a regulatory filing||Device-based treatment for glaucoma|
|Outset Medical, Inc., has raised $59.59 million of a planned $65.59 million round of funding according to a regulatory filing||Dialysis technology|
|Shockwave Medical, Inc., has raised $40 million in a round of funding according to the company||Balloon dilatation catheters integrated with lithotripsy for treatment of vascular and valvular lesions|
|Intact Vascular, Inc., has raised $38.9 million in a Series B round of funding according to the company||Devices for minimally invasive peripheral vascular procedures|
|Autonomic Technologies, Inc., has raised $38 million in a Series D round of funding according to the company||Microstimulator for treatment of autonomic disorders, including severe headache|
|AirXpanders, Inc., has filed for a $36.5 million initial public offering according to the company||Breast tissue expander|
|AEGEA Medical, Inc., has raised $36 million in a Series C round of funding according to the company||Connective water vapor treatment for menorrhagia (abnormal uterine bleeding)|
|Ceterix Orthopedics, Inc., has secured $35 million in debt funding according to the company||Surgical instruments and other products for treatment of soft tissue injuries|
|Moximed, Inc., has raised $33 million of a planned $37.64 million round of funding according to a regulatory filing||Extra-capsular and extra-articular knee implant for treatment of osteoarthritis|
For the complete list of medtech fundings in May 2015, see link.
For a historical list of the individual fundings in medtech, by month, since 2009, see link.